The Prime Minister is today triggering Article 50, starting the process of the UK’s exit from the EU. However, the future impact on data flows remains uncertain and digital providers face a cliff edge. Nicky Stewart, UKCloud’s Commercial Director, shares her concerns.
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee also warns that the Making Tax Digital plans have caused “anxiety” amongst those affected.
The Police Scotland system, for which Accenture won the contract, is a textbook example of a failed IT project in the public sector.
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee asks whether the Industrial Strategy goes far enough to tackle the challenges facing Britain.
HMRC’s Hardik Shah gives a top level overview of the organisation’s plans to become the most digitally advanced tax authority in the world.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has said that Britain already has a competitive advantage in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
There is growing uncertainty around the future viability of the government’s identity assurance platform, Verify. What does that mean for GaaP?
Tom Smith, MD of the recently opened ONS Data Science Campus, speaks about the importance of boosting the data skills pipeline in government.
In an interview with ex-Cabinet Office Minister, Lord Francis Maude, it’s his eloquent silence on the digital government agenda that’s most interesting.
Max Tse, director at the NAO, explains that digital projects require a different approach to auditing, compared to big bang projects of the past.
GDS Deputy Director of Standards Assurance, Olivia Neal, spoke of the organisation’s aims to keep international conversations open.
A panel at the Think Digital Government 2017 conference paints a dark picture for the challenges presented by Brexit for digital.
A handful of technology companies and industry lobby group techUK have come out in support of the government’s much delayed Transformation Strategy.